Kevin Klika: I feel like in the year and a half since you posted this, your design
skills have gotten much better. From your new videos it looks like you have
fine-tuned yourself to better construct things (though this cabinet is
beautiful!) Specifically things like 5:07... I think if you built that
today the drawers wouldn't have that notch ;)
Very fun to watch!
william burgin: norm called and wants to know where your safety glasses are
maak: I really like the idea that the electricity goes INTO the table, protects
the eyes from wire clutter.
How long does it take to build something like this?
Steve Ramsey: Build a router table. Part 1: the cabinet.
Gary Jernigan: Very nice tanle. It has givin me some ideas for a table saw stand
Bryce Nelson: do you still have the sketchup plans available for this router table?
Josh Rinehart: i have a question, how did you learn all this? and would you know any good
sources for me to learn, like websites, books, youtube pages(other than
your page lol . ) But very nice work and thanks for the video helpful .
Alex Austin: Just got a router for Christmas... I like the table you've created. I'm
definitely drawing inspiration from it
Chce Wood: I hope you have a plan on it because I love to try to do it.
Stephanie Adamson: Isn't it better to leave the back top open for cross ventilation so the
router won't over heat being enclosed? Just my opinion.
Ulises Quezada: bonito, limpio y practico
sudeep sharma: dis is roung nid mor tink
Juan C. Garcia: Really great work!!, and video too
Ivar Dag Smiseth: Hello Steve! A litle question about the drawers. It seem like you could
build more drawers on this cabinet. The drawerfronts are so high you could
have more drawers behind them? Any reason for not do that?
My apologies for poor language!
Greatings from Norway and thanks for your great channel!
Chce Wood: Yeah .. Its really good and I gather some ideas how it will be nicely done.
Thanks for the video FUN TO WATCH.. :D
Josh Senarighi: Thinking about what if you incorporate the idea of the switch to use on a
entertainment stand so that when you leave the house out of the room wat
ever you can hit the switch and viola no power waste while your gone....
plus the basic shape is already stand like just make the actual
shelfs/openings on the side cut slits in the back for vent.
James B: Steve I'm new to woodworking and I REALLY want to make this router cabinet,
but can't find the plan's. Could you please for us newbies to woodworking
tell me where I can download the plans to build this? PLEASE!!!
Ben Redelings: Wow! What type of plywood/solid woods did you use??
Gregg Chablis: Hi Steve, Great project!! Do you happen to have measured drawings for this
project and the associated top and fence? I have tried to find them but
have been unsuccessful. Thanks and keep up the great work!! Truly an
Nolan Carman: Hello Steve
Can you tell me a little about the jig that you used with the router on the
side panel of your router table?
skiddog98: Do you have measured drawings for router table
pinto2074: Love your how to video, This is the most economical way to build a router
Are there any plans or diagrams or measurements available?
LeBron Carbon: i cannot build it. im just dreamin' LOL
20Rmmm: Just thinking Steve, a hardwood band around your table top would lood nice.
Just a suguestion. Great job ,thanks your vids make my week complete.
redneck powertruck: watching your thumb when you use your bradnail gun remind me of myself last
day.... the nail bent on a knot and ended up in my thumb ... !! watch
yourself ! it's not fun !
BHGiant3: Man it's been forever since I've visited your channel! You are hilarious,
very skilled and great for hobbyists like myself. Sometimes woodworking can
be discouraging because what you make is not as good as professional work.
When I see other hobbyists and see that they do the same things I do and
that it's not perfect, it makes me feel ok about the work I do.
jbkibs: i meant 1x3's :P
Johnsuma John: Hello, will it be possible to get the size of that table ? High / Long /
Larg). Thank you
Kyle Kennedy: Hey Steve, great video as always. I keep coming back to this one. Can you
explain how you attached the face frames to the drawers? Did you just pin
nail, or glue, or both? What was the purpose of the drawers being so
shallow with such huge face frames?
BhoLa NY: Great video as usual steve..you have put some serious effort in the router
table :)...been long since you got the router and then this is what a 3rd
video and still table is not complete ???????....You getting lazy Steve
....:) ...will send you 5 hour energy bottle if u want :p...Keep it up bro
zohaib029: 'Its such a nice day out side' bitch ! You always get nice weather. Unlike
Eman5697: hey steve buddy!, how many inch is your table saw. i would like to get into
wood working and i want to have a good saw, any recommendations? thanks
Guido Verberne: Can´t find reliable constructs like this that easy anymore.
desreed1: It's a kreg pocket hole jig. Not cheap bet you can see how good they are!
Kristian Lauridsen: I have questions for you Steve 1. Why have you made the drawers runners
oversize? They seem to be protruding into the drawer space... 2. When did
you last sharpen your chisels??
elias .tata: Good job Mr.Steve.Regards from Spain
ogkiko: im not a wood worker of any kind...Shh, I dont even know how to hammer a
nail but I love watching your videos!!! very entertaining S
Malcolm Haffner: This must be one of the better instructional videos I have come across.
Pity you guys on that side of the ocean still use those neanderthal "inch"
things; such a nuisance to have to mentally convert everything to metric.
staalmaffia: are all router suitable for making a router table? i mean do they all have
holes in the part that is supposed to slide over the wood so one can attach
it to an insert plate? greets from Holland
Cristi Savelea: very nice..
Steve Ramsey: Rabbeting bit. I replaced the router base with the board to give it more
ScorpionAllBlack: Awesome :D is these the same plans from matthiaswandel or are they your
own? :D and where did you get that jig?
Robert Tuttle: Steve, is there a set of plans or a materials list for this router table? I
am getting ready to build one and really like yours, Thanks in advance
Olivsam: Great video Steve, at 55 sec, can you tell me what kind of router bit you
are using and what is the purpose of the little piece of plywood? I am
thinking you are using a rabbeting bit but can you explain? Thanks
68jacen: I bet you've made norm proud on this one. Especially getting out the
nailer. I see people spend way too much for a cabinet similiar to this.
Thanks for the great video. You may want to have locking casters. The last
thing you want is the table to move while pushing wood into a bit.
Big Fat Tony's: ah, plenty of pocket holes and indeed a good project to demonstrate the
kreg jig system that they sent you. I didn't realize you have two channels.
I had been waiting for your vid on the router lift, and here it has been
for a while.
chetan shah: Thanks for this and for all your knowledgeable You Tube clips.
Leroy Jenkins: Used your video to build my first router table-still in progress-and I went
with your suggestion on the Kreg router plate and some other
products-Ttrak, etc. that allowed me to use a piano hinge and a couple of
handles so I can raise the top for router adjustments and changes. You made
it sound easy, and now I have my first test project almost finished. Thanks!
Alex Van Gasse: Hi Steve I would like to bild a router cabinet ! Do you work with a plan or
do you do it out of your head ? Where do in get a good plan to make a
router cabinet . Best regards Alex Van Gasse